- Microsoft doesn't stop customizing Edge and making it more efficient.
- Flipping your tabs vertically has already been added to the browser.
- The new feature will let you hide the title bar, saving up more space.
- This update could be ready in July, according to the release schedule.
Following the previous feature introduced to Edge, the one allowing you to flip the tabs vertically, Microsoft brings a new addition to the table for the Windows built-in browser.
Its all about accessibility nowadays and tech companies are trying to figure out how to change their apps for the better, without actually changing much about them.
Microsoft Edge legacy title bar to be added in July
According to Reddit, as part of the July update for Microsoft Edge, developers will finally introduce support for classic or legacy Edge’s tab previews feature.
This new feature will be available with the Microsoft Edge Canary and it will allow users to hide the title bar and it will enter its Beta testing phase next month.
As you can imagine, while also using vertical tabs, this can greatly improve the browser space you have available.
As part of the July update for Microsoft Edge, developers will finally introduce support for classic or legacy Edge’s tab previews feature
Following this update, you will be able to set the browser to hide its title bar through a simple context menu, or through the browser’s settings.
This could be achieved, until recently, by using an experimental flag, through edge://flags. By doing so, many users have encountered some issues, so this change is more than welcome.
You can read more about the feature and other things to come by checking out Microsoft Edge’s roadmap entry for the July update.
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